Ngadju country expands the pristine woodland forests between Kalgoorlie and Esperance.
Known for its extensive biodiversity, there are numerous species of flora and fauna of international significance.
The Ngadju people have lived on this land for perhaps as long as 50,000 years, living a simple lifestyle as hunter gatherers. Like most tribal groups, the Ngadju People developed their own language and were proud of their important role as the carers and custodians of their land. Being spiritual people, they practiced sacred ceremonies and dances and many sites of significance remain important places for men and women to connect to country today.
The Ngadju native title determination area extends in the south east of Western Australia covering an area in excess of 120,000 square miles (covering an area greater than the United Kingdom).